DLH Holdings Corp. has been awarded a contract to continue and significantly expand IT services for the National Institute on Aging, the third-largest institute of the National Institutes of Health.
The contract includes a base period of one year with four 1-year options, with a total value of $18.6 million.
DLH will drive key digital transformation goals for the NIA Intramural Research Program, such as DevSecOps and scientific poly-cloud enablement for high-performance computing and data science.
“Through this award, DLH will leverage digital transformation and cybersecurity capabilities to advance our customer’s vital health and scientific mission,” said DLH President and CEO Zach Parker. “This critical, complex work exemplifies the broad range of customer needs that DLH is now able to address and the types of valuable opportunities that are available to our company moving forward.”
The company will also provide various IT solutions in service of the customer’s research-based mission, including integrating new and existing IT assets, applications, services and systems; digital transformation; cloud enablement; cybersecurity ecosystem development; system architecture and administration; service desk and technician support; scientific programming and more.
“We are honored for the opportunity to continue and expand our relationship with the National Institute on Aging,” said Diane Yarnell, president of DLH’s Civilian Health IT Business Unit. “We are incredibly proud of our team for successfully managing the multiple objectives of this contract and demonstrating our ability to deliver innovative solutions and exceptional service to this customer.”